Fairfax media to sack 120 ‘journalists’
Fairfax media, one of the few large non Murdoch/Fox controlled media companies in Australia, has announce the sacking of 120 ‘journalists’. Fairfax owns mastheads such as ‘The Age’ and the ‘Sydney Morning Herald’. There has been a perception in the public that online newspapers (and commercial media in general) resemble nothing more than an Facebook group, with most content simply shared without checking sources or copied and pasted with little thought. So it turns out that copying without thought can be done easily and cheaply by computers.
At least you will have more time for Facebook now.
Fairfax cognitive dissonance
While on the same day yesterday, The age published two stories on Muslim issues but seemed to fail to understand any connection between the two stories. Do you guys even read your own paper? Of course it didn’t help that a ugly caricature of Tony Abbott in Speedos with a soccer ball was between the two stories discouraging any intelligent eye from moving in that path.
These publications took an interest in the mega mosque story.
Funny you didn’t care when they were building a mosque in Bendigo, but on your own doorstep, you did.
We call that NIMBY, Not In My Back Yard. Maybe you should all care more about this country, not just your own house price or debt to equity ratio.
Any statement from an Islamic body cannot be relied on,
as Islam demands that all Muslims must lie in order to advance the cause of Islam.
This practice is called:
Where is the money coming from?
In other news… Denice Cosgrove WorkSafe Victoria still at large
Now that’s what I call journalism…
there is a little thing at the bottom of the page called ‘comments’ with a number next to it, if you read that section you might get some more context before you run off half cocked, I think you have that feature on some of your articles, we have it on all of our articles. And yes we moderate comments also.
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